With the pandemic still affecting parts of the world and others still taking precautions, working from home has become the norm for many. Not everyone has the space to create a home office setup, and even if they did, it’s not always ideal when other family members are home to distract them. Enter the Workstation Cabin – a multipurpose, geometric refuge designed by Budapest-based design studio Hello Wood.
The pebble-shaped Workstation Cabin is fairly compact as to not take up too much of your outdoor space, but roomy enough to house a highly-functional office, guest room, or playroom for the kids.
Hello Wood did away with the typical cube shape and turned it into a work of art to enhance your outdoor space.
By pushing the walls out at different angles, the interior opens up and feels much larger than it is. Natural Scots pine wood and large windows create a cozy, yet light-filled space to enjoy all year long. It’s insulated, and with its built-in A/C, the structure offers a long-term solution throughout the year, no matter the weather outside. Decked out with state-of-the-art technology, the cabin has electrical outlets and internet access to keep all tech running.
The 15-sided cabin was designed on a computer so blueprints for the design can be sent to a CNC machine for easy production. As with most modular prefab structures, the cabin is built offsite and then delivered and installed in only a matter of days to limit disruption at home.
For more information on the Workstation Cabin, visit hellowood.eu.
Photos by Zsuzsa Darab, courtesy of BowerBird.